Have you ever struggled to introduce yourself in a memorable way? “Hi, my name is _____, and I’m a _____.” Pretty ordinary, right? My power is to understand who you are and express that through visual design.
I am a fish. “Fishboy” they call me. Actually, no one really calls me that but like a fish, nearly everything grabs my attention. As a result, I pursue everything. I’ve published mobile games, represented UC Berkeley in boxing and e-sports, produced stickers and clothing, completed animation projects, learned cooking and aquascaping, to name a few. Unlike a fish, I don’t forget things within three seconds.
The more I think about it, I’m more of a poison dart frog — which is why I’m switching the metaphor of this bio. Like the poison dart frogs who climb great heights to care for their eggs and carry them one-by-one to water, my interests are my eggs. When I get into something, I pour my entire amphibian heart into it.
Not long ago my amphibian heart found its favorite egg. And, like a bird picking a favorite among its young (switching metaphors, again) they now call me “Birdboy.” Again, no one calls me that, but like a bird, I’ve picked my favorite activity, the visual design egg. Specifically the branding and illustration egg. Now that I’m a bird, I’ve spread my wings and now I fly for Timelapse. I don’t have a ‘spirit animal,’ I have a ‘spirit zoo.’
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